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pound gator. 900 pounds? didn't know they -- they could be that big! check it out, mary ellen captured and killed a 13 foot alligator in south carolina. hooking the monster with a fishing pole and fought the beast two hours, and took it down. >> eric: back now, "sunday house call" and your host, dr. isadore rosenfeld, there is more and more research done on alzheimer's disease. and, now there is new information about how it could have a connection to memory loss, that most people associate with normal aging. what does the study show, doctor. >> you're right, those of us who are getting older find that our memory is not what it used to be, we don't know where we put the car keys or put our glasses, we have trouble remembering somebody's name, and, this is thought to be due to normal aging. and, there is nothing -- has nothing to do with alzheimer's and the vast majority of people who have these memory lapses, so-called senior moments, do not in fact go on to develop alzheimer's. but, recent research shows that if you do have these memory symptoms, you in fact have -- are beginning to ha
judges will be, especially now that simon cowell and ellen degeneres have left. >> so is she going to be the mean one now that powell is gone? probably not. she seems like a nice person. >> she does, but what i say is jenny's leave fg the block heading to "american idol" which means, anderson, you're going to have to wait longer for her next musical offering. thank the lord. >> miss paula abdul, i miss the weeping, the rambling, the incoherence, i miss it all. >> the slightly glazed look, whatever your name is. great performance. >> not even sure who was performing. i love it. >> stick with j. lo. i'll get you through this. >> back to the late primary results next, also tonight getting closer, big day in the big bid to rescue the trapped miners in chile. ice 1) we've detected an anomaly... (voice 2) how bad is it? (voice 1) traffic's off the chart... (voice 2) they're pinging more targets... (voice 3) isolate... prevent damage... (voice 2) got 'em. (voice 3) great exercise guys. let's run it again. ♪ >>> really interesting night of politics here, we're covering throughout this ho
, ellen mollohan was defeated in the primary, alverio ran on tea party principle, smaller government and fiscal restraint. so we are starting to see that shift that's that is going to correct on the democratic side. jenna: does that mean the tea party is about backing republicans? >> no, and to go with matt's earlier point that we just haven't been able to find democrats at the national level, and i would also caution that there are democrats out there, running as false conservatives, because their first goal as a politician is to get reelected and that's what we have to be careful of i think at the state level an certainly in new york and in the new york metro, we have many democrats who align with our principles, but if they want to run, their party will not let them identify with the tea party. jenna: david, let me stay with you for a second, because there's a lot that's been said about the tea party and who makes it up. in fact, colleen from madison, alabama, wrote us and asked who are the faces of this tea party revolution? now, you know, as well as i, that the perception of thi
from work? >> i've taken too much. ellen is on to me. >> this is not the way to start my first year on cross country. >> a pencil. a paper clip. >> you have a sandwich in here from last year. that's disgusting. and you got an "a" on your i love winter paper. good job. >> yeah. that led a writer in "parade" magazine, he said of your show. not since the show "roseanne," has a show reflected real life of american families, like the hit sitcom, "the middle." >> i think that's right. i have often thought not since "roseanne," has there been a middle-class family. and it reflects the struggles of economically what's going on today. and parents, especially mothers, trying to juggle and keep a balance with working. frankie is a car dealership sales person. >> not a very good one. >> not a very good one. highly unsuccessful one, as a matter of fact. you take the problems and you put them in a light and give them some perspective. at the end of the day, it's about having your family there with you. and it reflects i think a very american optimism, of getting through. we get through with our h
nations. you know who he is. he's next. >> now, for our answer to the quote of the day. ellen degeneres said that. you know who knew it? becky in holland, michigan. becky, congratulations. you're our winner today on friday's "fox & friends." [ maln dream of completely transforming how new york city manages i.t. or, like bmc software, you can dream it and do it. bmc lists on nasdaq, the world's most innovative can-do exchange. [ woman ] chopping and peeling can be kinda relaxing at the end of the day. [ female announcer ] relaxing for who? try new market creations from lean cuisine. the new steam pouch locks in the fresh taste of crisp veggies, tender chicken, and al dente pasta, new market creations from lean cuisine. it's work through the grime and the muck, month. tow and pull without getting stuck month. sweat every day to make an honest buck...month. and if you're gonna try and do this in anything other than a chevy... well, good luck...month. great deals on the complete family of chevy trucks all backed for a hundred thousand miles. it's truck month. now buy this 2011 all-star edit
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